People Are Revealing The Wildest And Most Frustrating Experiences They Had With A TSA Agent, And This Will Make Any Traveler Lose Their Mind
"TSA threw away a bar of soap that I'd taken from the hotel because, apparently, that 'counted as a liquid.' I pointed out that it was a solid bar of soap, and they said it was solid now, but it turned into a liquid when wet."
The median home sales price in 2021 jumped 16.9% over the 2020 price to 346,900 - the highest increase since 1999, according to the National Association of Realtors. But with mortgage interest rates...
The 2022 Major League Baseball season is underway with a month of games already behind us. That means it’s already
After the first three shootings, police said it’s a “strong possibility” the same suspect is responsible.
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Authorities said Sunday that they are seeking information on a "vehicle of interest" in connection with the slayings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque, New Mexico, since November. Albuquerque Police Deputy Chief Cecily Barker said law enforcement is looking for a metallic charcoal or "dark gray" late-model Volkswagen Jetta from...
Karl-Anthony Towns made a go-ahead fadeaway jumper with 3:53 left as the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the host Miami Heat 113-104
A heatwave in Texas forces bitcoin miners to shut down their rigs - Riot Blockchain has made more money from electricity credits than it has from mining. Bitcoin mining company Riot Blockchain made more money shutting down its prospecting rigs in July 2022 than it made from new bitcoin over the same period. The reason for this is that Riot had bought electricity in advance, which the company did not need in July - and was thus able to sell it back to the network operators at a premium.
A cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian forces came into effect late Sunday, signaling a temporary halt to three days of unrest that left at least 44 people dead, with hundreds more wounded. The truce ends the fiercest fighting seen in Gaza since the 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas last May. The Associated Press reported that rocket fire and airstrikes from the Israeli side continued right up until the 11:30 p.m. start of the cease-fire. Israel has warned that it “maintains the right to respond strongly” should the compact, negotiated by Egyptian officials, be violated. Among the 44 known dead are 15 children, according to the Palestinian health ministry, which said 311 people had been injured. Israel has said it began its operation on Friday in response to threats from Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Gaza’s second-largest militia behind Hamas. “Suddenly, without warning, the house next to us was bombed,” a neighbor to one of Israel’s targets told the AP, “and everything became black and dusty with smoke in the blink of an eye.”
Regulator reaches settlement with Four, customers will receive refunds. The California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) has issued a citation against Buy Now, Pay Later provider Four for offering illegal loans in the state. The regulatory agency has reached a settlement with Four and customers who received short-term credit from Four prior to the company being licensed will receive refunds.
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LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - Louisa County Public Schools is making it a little easier for parents doing their back-to-school shopping. The Stuff the Bus event took place on August 5-6 to collect school supplies and fundraise. Many volunteers came to the event in order to organize supplies with PTA...
JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – A Jackson city councilman is asking the state or federal government to intervene in Jackson’s ongoing water crisis. Ward 3 Councilman Kenneth Stokes is asking for either state or federal help by placing Jackson’s water under a receivership until it’s in compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.
counting moneyPhoto by Igal Ness (Unsplash) Would you like to save or earn thousands of dollars each year? If so, then it is definitely looking into some of the government benefits you can receive by going using solar energy in California.
JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – An annual tradition continues at Hair Explosion in Jackson. It’s been a tradition close to three decade. The owner and his team of 15 stylists provide free haircuts for children as they return to school. “This is something we look forward to each and...